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on at martin luther king school and this board has covered up criminal activity from the staff of the school. he makes a joke about psychological testing and pearson to evaluate the students here in san francisco. pearson is under investigation for corruption in new york state and will be investigateed in california for corruption because you're spending more time on testing than taking care of the students particularly here at martin luther king. additionally this superintendent and the board is aware of the ongoing situation at martin luther king and the superintendent said there was no cover up and slander going on but the whistle blower said the principal laid on a student and injured as a result that was set up in a scheme to be fired by this management. they spent thousands of dollars of public money to fire him and the arbitrator could not go along with the lies and slanders against toby cane and rejected it and said he should be brought back to work. that is a victory for san francisco and the students at martin luther king. 17 staff 1021 and they of bullied out of the school. y
of the martin luther king school. i live up the street from that school and was headed here for the press conference which happened to be on his birthday, actual birthday. passed by that school and heard on the loud speaker a female voice coming over the pa system telling the students "we're going to have a march to commemorate martin luther king a birthday. wear your white t shirts. that is going to signify peace and justice" and i thought, well, hey i'm going down to the board of education to a demonstration about tobias, this good worker who put his all into the students at the school and this principal that pit this child down. i couldn't wrap my mind around that. here she is on the loud speaker talking about peace and justice and wearing white t shirts but i'm taking my retirement time because i'm retired to head down to demonstrate against someone like that. it just didn't fit. now, i am wearing this t shirt "stop the killing. start the healing" , a campaign we had in the 80's. it started in the 80's with ben verrein where we were trying to get gun legislation and things go
is going to happen to the principal from doctor martin luther academy school? now some of you know about this principal and some of you know about the school. but, none of you of the bored of supervisors have taken a stand on this issue. the second issue i want to talk about is a wellness center that is going to be built in the bay view hunter's point. this is my subjective opinion. when it comes to children, innocent children, we have to give them the best. so we have an area here on third and cargo which, is the most contaminated area and the city administrator knows and i even found about 500 toxics hot spots this is one of the worst. we can't look the other way while a wellness center is built in the most contaminated area, we cannot afford to look the ear way. never mind it's california pacific medical center give is $4 million or even more. we cannot look the other way. >> thank you. neck speaker. . next speaker. >> mr. president, members of this board, in my memory, lies the statement of one man and that statement in four words "the four words were "i had a dream," to
bible by dr. martin luther king, jr. the people listening to the people's inaugural speech that closed his eyes, they may have thought they were listening to the late preacher. >> we freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by people here on earth. >> reporter: now, he says, it is this generation's path to complete the journey they began. >> president obama: our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for if we are truly created equal, than surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well. >> reporter: gay marriage, equal pay for women, and immigration reform, climate change, voting laws, and a strong social safety net, the president used highs inaugural address to lay out his values, his dreams for the next four years. some were affirmed in the closing prayer. >> we will see we are created in your image, whether brown, black, or white, male or female, first generation immigrant american or daughter of the american revolution, gay or straight, rich or poor. ♪ o say does that "star-spangled banner", yet
they said that's enough. we have to make 2 done. specifically on january 15th, martin luther king jr.'s actual birthday, we september the letter from 47 top national faith leaders to president obama saying we need these gun prevention measures that work. now we're working on getting letters from the state level and making sure that members of congress know that the faith community want this to happen, demand that this happens because of three things we are going to succeed. number one the moral authority of the faith community. the same moral authority that helped convince congress to save from tobacco and save lives. second and then third mobilize the grassroots. >> jennifer: that's what i'm talking about. if you can get members of your parishes mosques synagogues, get them out and get them to write letters. that is the most powerful thing and i pray that you're successful. that's all i can say. thank you so much vincent dimarco from faiths united to prevent gun violence. in 46 days now 1356 americans have died as a result of gun violence. a rough estimate from slate magazine. sadly
the quality of life of workers in this country. and there is a new civil rights battle in a town where martin luther king first marched almost 50 years ago. some workers at this nissan plant in canton, mississippi, they want to vote. they want to organize. now a coalition of activist workers, students, and clergy members have joined forces in the community to make sure that thousands of employees get a chance to be heard. now some of the workers say the supervisors hold anti-union meetings. the workers just want to hear from the pro union side so they can have a fair vote. that's all they want to do is vote. the naacp has been involved for months on this issue. 70% of the workers at the canton plant are african-american. representative bennie tom addressed the issue back in june. >> in america, being able to decide whether or not you want representation is a fundamental a political principle of human rights, civil rights and democracy. >> this same week those same civil rights organizers held another news conference, of all places, they're serious, they went all the way to detroit. the detroi
points. >> rdillery. >> and martin luther king was -- >> germans had planes, too. >> stephanie: right. thank you. >> they didn't have planes in poland. >> stephanie: jill in ithaca? >> caller: good morning. >> stephanie: i thought you were on your way to a pollock joke. don't go there. i'm a -- >> i know you are. hello, jill. >> caller: i'm glad -- >> stephanie: jill hung up on herself. i don't know why she felt the need to do that. albert in miami. >> caller: oh, yes i got a little bit of confusion over there. how are you doing today? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. i'm -- >> caller: i'm happy to see you guys on current tv. >> stephanie: now you only have 20 seconds left. >> caller: maybe we could change it to the assault rifle debate because these assault rifles are not guns at all. these assault rifles are -- >> stephanie: military weapons. i'll finish it for you. 58 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: what? i'm here. >> really? >> stephanie: hour number three. >> barely. >> stephanie: hey, jacki schechner. >> darn you an
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